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... highlight. Then back down the mountain. Wheeeeeeeee..... Onto a large boat for a cruise of Lake Lucerne. We always have these boats to ourselves so it is always great fun. Well, the fog hadn't lifted in Lucerne and it was freezing on the open top deck but half a dozen of us stuck it out. Michelle and Brett being two of them....they are the 2 with the caravan at Seaview. Brett is a pastor...and fantastic fun. Michelle is just lovely and hysterical to be around. ...
... now' they were closing for lunch. We took the passports etc. to the reception a little later to be met by a very fierce lady who would not accept our identity cards (every other site we have been to has without any problem - there's always one!) She then explained where the toilets/showers were...not sure what she thought we'd been doing for the past three hours! Then she insisted that we had to have a very small rubbish bag ...
... pack a picnic, couple of glasses and bottle of red. I was just trying to be romantic, envisaging a nice surprise lunch by the banks of the river! Not to be! We managed to eat one sandwich each and that was about it - never mind, it is the thought that counts!
As we were walking back through the town, we joined a crowd who had sat on a wall watching a couple of young buskers. They were both Macedonians and probably university ...
... This was a test of nerves; 3041 metres high, a 500 metre drop and 150 heart stopping steps. With each step, the bridge creaked and swung from side to side. As we shimmied across, we were treated to spectacular views of the snowy mountains around us. As if I needed one, there was a huge reward for braving the bridge. A treat was waiting on the other side, the Glacier Cave.
This freezing cold heart of the Titlis Glacier was something else. A 150 metres winding tunnel of ice, takes ...
... could not stop there.
Arriving in Fluelen we boarded our train the Wilhelm Tell Express which travelled southwards on the historical Gotthard route with its many loop tunnels, at one section of the track we passed the little church at Wassen three times and on different sides of the train as we gained height climbing into the mountains.
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